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Jensschroder
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Using variables to set properties od f control

Is it possible to use a powerapps global variable to set the value of an input property of a control?

I have a control that take a string as input in property "name".

I have a global variables in my canvas app definer as Set(_name, "John Doe")

Can I set the input of my "name" property to _name?

I have tried but it seems that it does not resolve the value of the variable and breaks as _name is not a string, i.e. "_name"

Thanks!
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Microsoft dinusc
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Re: Using variables to set properties od f control

Hello @Jensschroder ,

Considering that "name" is the property of your control (YourControl in example below), the following should work:

YourControl.name=_name

By the above, I mean: type "_name" (without quotes) in the "name" property field of your control.

In this case, Set(_name, "John Doe") should cause your property to be set properly.

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Microsoft dinusc
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Re: Using variables to set properties od f control

Hello @Jensschroder ,

Considering that "name" is the property of your control (YourControl in example below), the following should work:

YourControl.name=_name

By the above, I mean: type "_name" (without quotes) in the "name" property field of your control.

In this case, Set(_name, "John Doe") should cause your property to be set properly.

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Jensschroder
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Re: Using variables to set properties od f control

Hi  @dinusc ,

 

Thanks! I figured it out my self. I was doing as you describe but had a bug in elsewhere that caused unexpected behaviour.

 

Br,

Jens

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